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Wii Fit Plus (Wii)

Wii Fit Plus review (WII)

Reviewed on August 08, 2010

A mouth and faceless trainer inexplicably exhales an expression into my ear, insisting that my posture is fantastic. Then the Wii Fit board under my feet speaks to me in unnaturally cheery beeps. This is probably the most unsettling thing I have ever experienced, until the FitPiggy(tm) twirls into the screen, declaring that I have recently burned calories worth about the same as licking the paper of a chocolate health-bar.
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Singularity (PC)

Singularity review (PC)

Reviewed on August 08, 2010

Going back in time and changing the past is something we’ve all thought about. We’ve of course done it selfishly; how many mistakes have you made that you’ve wished you could go back and avoid? And obviously, a lot of us would go back in time and stop some of the world’s greatest atrocities, like strangling Hitler’s mother before she could give birth. But what we can’t always consider are the ramifications of those actions. As life constantly beats into us, for every action, there’s a reaction. ...
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StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty (PC)

StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty review (PC)

Reviewed on August 07, 2010

But when you get to the core of the strategy game experience – the reason why most people and all of South Korea fell in love with the first Starcraft – there is a pervasive feeling that somehow Blizzard is playing it safe. Where the campaign shows evidence that they were paying attention to how other real-time strategy games have evolved that story telling medium, there is no clue that Blizzard paid the same attention to how Ensemble or Big Huge Games or Relic or even Blizzard itself in Warcraft 3 had advanced RTS design.
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Ecco The Dolphin (Genesis)

Ecco The Dolphin review (GEN)

Reviewed on August 07, 2010

Dolphins don't make for ideal heroes, it seems.
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BlazBlue: Continuum Shift (PlayStation 3)

BlazBlue: Continuum Shift review (PS3)

Reviewed on August 07, 2010

Revenge. For Ragna the Bloodedge, it’s the only thing that matters. His life has been ruined…and he’s finally figured out who to blame. It’s not just about the huge bounty the Librarium put on him; he can deal with being hunted down like an animal, harassed by vigilantes and wannabe heroes. Ragna is more than capable enough of handling those pests. He’s a one-man killing machine; armed with the limitless magic of the Azure Grimore, he’s almost wiped out what’s left of the corrupt government. It’...
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Dragonester (PC)

Dragonester review (PC)

Reviewed on August 06, 2010

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Summoner (PlayStation 2)

Summoner review (PS2)

Reviewed on August 05, 2010

The dialogue gives the game an illusion of vastness. Take Murod, for example. The only time your party meets him is fairly late in the game when you fight him to the death. But it FEELS like he's a much more substantial character simply due to all the conversations you have that describe his character by detailing how he usurped his throne and plans to build an immense tower to the skies to conquer heaven. You may not know the dude, but by the time you meet him, you have more than enough reasons to send him to the afterlife.
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Dead or Alive Paradise (PSP)

Dead or Alive Paradise review (PSP)

Reviewed on August 03, 2010

There are a lot of things I could say about the originality, style and luster of Dead Or Alive: Paradise. That—as far as casual games go—this one stands out. It’s over-all factor is reminiscent of the original Xtreme Beach Volleyball , where you buy gifts for the lovely ladies of D.O.A., try to persuade them into teaming up, and battle—however briefly—on the courts against two other players.
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Castlevania: Harmony of Despair (Xbox 360)

Castlevania: Harmony of Despair review (X360)

Reviewed on August 02, 2010

This game wouldn't defeat me, I told myself, not with its very first stage. For once I was even right. Two hours later, I finally had my victory. Along the way I had memorized attack patterns, grown better at my double jumps and I had found the shortest and safest route from the stage entrance to the boss chamber. With better equipment and an actual plan, I won my first round and progressed to the second stage... where steel traps impaled me, men erupted in plumes of poison and walls of flame threatened to burn me to a crisp. Remember what it used to feel like to play a Castlevania game? The people at Konami clearly do.
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Sam & Max: Beyond the Alley of the Dolls (PC)

Sam & Max: Beyond the Alley of the Dolls review (PC)

Reviewed on July 31, 2010

Its grounding doesn’t lend it the ambition of the first two chapters, but the tight writing and dedication to shovelling hilarity and mindless violence into gaping plotholes makes up for many of its shortcomings.
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Cyber Speedway (Saturn)

Cyber Speedway review (SAT)

Reviewed on July 31, 2010

"This might be a decent game."
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Star Wars: Dark Forces (Mac)

Star Wars: Dark Forces review (MAC)

Reviewed on July 31, 2010

If Mohc's plans come to fruition, the rebels are screwed. Instead of facing unending hordes of bumbling white-armored goofs seemingly incapable of hitting ANYTHING with their lasers, they'll be butchered ruthlessly by unending hordes of lethal killing machines. As the game's title suggests, dark forces are indeed threatening those opposing the tyrannical empire.
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LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 (PlayStation 3)

LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 review (PS3)

Reviewed on July 30, 2010

Exploring every nook and cranny is oddly addictive, perhaps because there's usually something new to see or hear. Whether you're climbing the owlery tower to listen to compositions on an old phonograph or playing around in a room full of muggle artifacts and watching a car fly out the window, the incentives that the game offers the true fan seldom disappoint. They're almost enough to make a fellow sigh when he finally finds everything. Almost.
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Too Human (Xbox 360)

Too Human review (X360)

Reviewed on July 30, 2010

When I first read about Too Human, I was intrigued by the concept of a cyberpunk RPG about humans becoming more machine than man. But at the time I was 13 years old and it was going to be an 8 disc Playstation game. It took nearly a decade with many delays, but Too Human eventually was released as an Xbox 360 hack & slash dungeon crawler. Except now it’s about Norse mythology in the distant future. And it’s not very good. It’s astounding that a vision held on to for so long could c...
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Elite (NES)

Elite review (NES)

Reviewed on July 30, 2010

Many years ago, before Star Fox made space wedges look badass, before developers realised that console games don't control like PC games, and before huge environments were the norm, there was Elite. Imagineer's spacefaring trade/combat quasi-sim is possessed of a uniqueness that prompts ambivalence.
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Jurassic: The Hunted (Xbox 360)

Jurassic: The Hunted review (X360)

Reviewed on July 29, 2010

Dinosaurs might have gone extinct millions of years ago, but the last couple of decades have been very good to them. Spielberg’s “Jurassic Park” ignited the imaginations of the millions who watched, spawning an entire industry of dinosaur-related museum exhibits, documentaries and television shows. And of course, video games. Some of these games have been very enjoyable, most notably the early Turok games. Sadly, some have been Jurassic: The Hunted, miserable games that weren’t...
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Crackdown 2 (Xbox 360)

Crackdown 2 review (X360)

Reviewed on July 27, 2010

When it comes down to it, Crackdown 2 just doesn't do anything well enough to warrant the attention of any but the most die-hard of fans.
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Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 (PC)

Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 review (PC)

Reviewed on July 26, 2010

I am a big fan of the genre of World War II FPS since Wolfenstein 3D, so I expected a great fun ride from this game, especially considering enthusiastic reviews. Instead this was a survival horror of intensively irritating dumbness and it all looked so bright in the beginning.
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Arma II: Combined Operations (PC)

Arma II: Combined Operations review (PC)

Reviewed on July 26, 2010

When taken together, the campaign and single-player scenario missions offer a lot of variety. At their best, they show Bohemia Interactive's flair for the dramatic. During a commando raid to rescue hostages held in a factory, you come down a hill overlooking a local village. Friendly forces are launching an assault on the village, which ends up sending a swarm of enemy troops in your direction. What could have been a simple shootout is situated in a larger context. You get front row seats, as it were. Bohemia manages this like no one else.
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Shatter (PlayStation 3)

Shatter review (PS3)

Reviewed on July 26, 2010

Release ball! Crush block! Catch ball on return!
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